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Plain and Simple: Colorado Needs More Housing

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Plain and Simple: Colorado Needs More Housing

We face real challenges to the affordable housing issue. In both the public and political arena, the increase in demand for attainable housing, coupled with hurdles to create more housing, is a growing problem. Limited government funding, headwinds of increased regulatory requirements such as... Continue Reading

by Nancy Burke
11/26/2018


AAMD Celebrates 50 Years with 2018 Tributes Awards

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AAMD Celebrates 50 Years with 2018 Tributes Awards

Over fifty awards presented to top-performing individuals, suppliers and communities across Metro Denver’s rental property communities On November 9, the Apartment Association of Metro Denver (AAMD) hosted over 1,300 members and allies from across the region for its 2018 Tributes Awards... Continue Reading

by Christopher Dean
11/12/2018


Metro Denver Rents Decrease by $19 per Month in the Third Quarter

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Metro Denver Rents Decrease by $19 per Month in the Third Quarter

Apartments built in the 1970s lease for 42% less on average than apartments built in this decade and an estimated 29,051 apartments in the Denver metro area rent for $1,000 or less. Average rents in Denver fell by $19 per month in the third quarter of 2018, continuing a three-year trend in... Continue Reading

by Christopher Dean
10/23/2018


What Lies Ahead for Fanny and Freddie?

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What Lies Ahead for Fanny and Freddie?

Is 2018 the year that Congress finally passes housing finance reform and puts an end to the conservatorship of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac? Housing finance reform is at the forefront of a full slate of issues that Congress may tackle in 2018. Both the House and Senate are actively working on... Continue Reading

03/6/2018


Denver Rents Decrease, Vacancies Increase as Denver adds 13,000 new apartment homes

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Denver Rents Decrease, Vacancies Increase as Denver adds 13,000 new apartment homes

Average rents in Denver fell for the second quarter in a row, dropping to $1,396 at the end of 2017 down from $1,420 three months prior. “After including average concessions valued at $65, the average effective rent for an apartment in Denver fell to $1,331 per month at the end of... Continue Reading

by Christopher Dean
01/19/2018


Rules for Administering Denver Green Roofs Ordinance Available for Public Comment

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Rules for Administering Denver Green Roofs Ordinance Available for Public Comment

As we (Denver Community Planning & Development) prepare to implement the Denver Green Roofs Ordinance beginning January 1, we have drafted a "rules and regulations" document to help guide CPD's administration of the ordinance. The draft rules and regulations aim to clarify key terms and... Continue Reading

01/4/2018


Call for Units for New LIVE Denver Program

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Call for Units for New LIVE Denver Program

We are proud to partner with the City of Denver’s new LIVE Denver affordable housing program. The City of Denver has issued a “Call for Units” If you would like more information on how to participate in this one of a kind public private partnership, please click the logo below: Continue Reading

by Christopher Dean
11/28/2017


Rental Market Meeting Demand for Denver Housing

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Rental Market Meeting Demand for Denver Housing

Vacancy Up, Rents Down Amid Record Construction Levels Average rents fell $8 between the second and third quarter of 2017 and average vacancy increased from 5.0% to 5.4% over the same period, according to the report. “Housing cost may be soaring in Denver’s single-family home and... Continue Reading

10/25/2017


Denver Green Roof (Ballot Initiative #300) Threatens Our Industry

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Denver Green Roof (Ballot Initiative #300) Threatens Our Industry

Legislative advocacy is one of the primary pillars of the association. From time to time, we have to call on our members to stand up and fight against bills or initiatives that would harm our industry, livelihoods and residents. Denver Ballot Initiative #300 is one of those initiatives. This... Continue Reading

by Brandon Rich
10/9/2017


Housing Restrictions Won't Benefit Community

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Housing Restrictions Won't Benefit Community

Over the past few years, our state’s multifamily rental housing industry has observed significant increased demand, especially in the Denver metro area. Colorado has the lowest unemployment in the country at 2.3 percent and people are moving here as a result. According to the Colorado State... Continue Reading

by Nancy Burke
09/22/2017


Denver Rents Edge Up Amid Record Breaking Apartment Construction

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Denver Rents Edge Up Amid Record Breaking Apartment Construction

Vacancy rates dipped and rents edged up as Denver set another record in apartment construction in the first three months of 2017, according to the Denver Metro Area Apartment Vacancy and Rent Report released today. “Denver saw 3,246 new apartments delivered in the first quarter,”... Continue Reading

04/19/2017


Denver Metro Rents Decrease Following Completion of Nearly 10,000 New Apartments

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Denver Metro Rents Decrease Following Completion of Nearly 10,000 New Apartments

Quarterly decrease is the largest dollar amount decrease ever in Metro Denver by Christopher Dean For the second quarter in a row the average cost of renting an apartment in Denver has decreased, according to the Denver Metro Area Apartment Vacancy and Rent Report released today. The survey... Continue Reading

01/18/2017